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LINGUIST List 16.2066

Sun Jul 03 2005

Qs: Diachronic Sources of Incompletive Aspect

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        1.    Anatol Stefanowitsch, Diachronic Sources of Incompletive Aspect


Message 1: Diachronic Sources of Incompletive Aspect
Date: 02-Jul-2005
From: Anatol Stefanowitsch <stefanowitschuni-bremen.de>
Subject: Diachronic Sources of Incompletive Aspect


Hi everyone,

I'm interested in diachronic sources of incompletive aspect markers. If
anyone is working on a language that has incompletive aspect markers and
has an idea about the lexical sources of these markers, or if anyone knows
of relevant literature (which I haven't been able to find very much of),
please let me know.

Best regards,
Anatol

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Historical Linguistics
Typology


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